HS Juniors & Seniors – Become a Senate page in Concord

State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark invites interested high school students to consider applying for the New Hampshire Senate Page Program. “Being a page in the state Senate is a unique opportunity to learn about and participate in state government,” Fuller Clark said. “I encourage high school students in my Senate District to apply.” Fuller Clark’s […]

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Op-ed from The Portland Press Herald (Me.) about the legacy of Sen. Clark’s mother, Maine Rep. Marion Fuller Brown

Pretty great op-ed that features the role that Sen. Clark’s mother played in Maine Republican politics the impact Rep. Fuller Brown had on longtime Maine journalist and sportsman George Smith. When one considers the politics of people like Gov. Sununu and fmr. Speaker O’Brien, It’s hard to take issue with Smith’s conclusion. Still Republican and […]

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NH1’s Kevin Landrigan covers my breastfeeding reform bill

Kevin Landrigan: Breastfeeding advocates try to learn from past failures By: Kevin Landrigan NH1.com CONCORD – Breast-feeding advocates intend to learn from past failures and make happen a state mandate to give new mothers access at the workplace. State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, D-Portsmouth, presented a total rewrite of her original bill to a Senate […]

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WMUR: Breastfeeding reform moves forward

My breastfeeding bill had it’s first hearing today in front of the Senate Commerce Committee. WMUR has the story. Thanks to everyone who testified and expressed their support. CONCORD, N.H. —Lawmakers in Concord were considering a bill Tuesday that would require employers to provide safe and sanitary accommodations for nursing mothers at work. Click to […]

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Thanks to the Concord Monitor and Portsmouth Herald for running my op-ed about the failures of SB1 and SB2

Thanks to the Concord Monitor for running my op-ed about the failure of SB1 and SB2 to take into consideration what really attracts business – an educated workforce, dependable and adequate transportation infrastructure, and universal high speed internet access. Instead of picking winners with tax cuts affecting a few existing businesses, let’s build a state […]

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Uber, AirBnB: Thanks to Beth Dinan for keeping this issue front and center in Portsmouth and in Concord. We only get one chance to do this right the first time.

N.H. HOUSE BILL Fuller Clark urges study of Uber, Airbnb Lawmakers would consider state oversight By Elizabeth Dinan edinan@seacoastonline.com PORTSMOUTH — Amid controversy surrounding Uber’s foray into Portsmouth, and cease-and desist orders given to residents renting through online sites like Airbnb, Sen. Martha Fuller Clark is proposing a state-level study committee to examine those and […]

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The Portsmouth Herald weighs in on the need to repeal this obsolete measure. We have more effective ways of protecting our environment than to use this giveaway to a tiny number of beneficiaries.

Time to kill ‘pollution control’ exemption There are tax breaks that attract businesses and then there is corporate welfare. New Hampshire has the latter with the so called “pollution control” exemption that is currently benefiting a few multi-million dollar corporations like NextEra and PSNH, which is now known as Eversource Energy.   That is why […]

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Thanks to everyone who joined me in signing the letter that appeared in today’s Portsmouth Herald. The HarborCorp project will last for decades and we only have one chance, as a community, to get it right

We don’t oppose HarborCorp; we want a quality project and no casino Posted Feb. 5, 2015 @ 2:01 am Feb. 4 — To the Editor: For the past two years, citizens dismayed by the proliferation of big box buildings in Portsmouth’s historic district have volunteered their time and energy by speaking at Historic District Commission […]

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UU World – an official Universalist Unitarian Church publication – has run a story about my breastfeeding bill. Support from organizations like the UU church could prove helpful in getting this bill passed.

Unitarian Universalist sues former employer, helps draft law requiring private space to breastfeed children. By Elaine McArdle 2.2.15 Printer friendly version E-mail this article A New Hampshire Unitarian Universalist is championing the rights of working women to breastfeed their children. Katherine “Kate” Frederick, a member of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Eastern Slopes in […]

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